Iowa Association for Energy Efficiency

IAEE Scholarship Recipients

2018 Scholarship Recipients

IAEE was able to award scholarships to two students attending Iowa post-secondary institutions. These scholarships will assist these students in pursing an education related to energy efficiency. Both recipients will receive a $1,000 scholarship to use toward their studies this fall. They will also receive IAEE memberships for the remainder of 2018 and 2019

Logan Peters

Logan, of Portsmouth, IA, is a Junior at Iowa State University and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He is currently interning at SystemWorks LLC where he is helping to improve energy efficiency of mechanical systems in new and existing buildings. He had the opportunity to analyze data from the Indian Creek Nature Center which is one of Iowa’s first net-zero buildings. His goal is to design farm equipment that is more energy efficient. In his studies and internship, Logan has displayed a real passion for energy efficiency.




Michael Seymour

Michael, of Urbandale, IA, is a junior at Iowa State University and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor Sales Engineering. Over the past few years he has had the opportunity to work with HVAC professionals at The Waldinger Corporation and Control Installations of Iowa as a mechanical engineering intern. Michael is the President of the ASHRAE student chapter at Iowa State University. He is using his position in that organization to help further the IAEE mission to “promote the art and science of the efficient use of energy” by inviting guest speakers, that focus on energy efficiency, to their meetings. This is the second time Michael has received an IAEE scholarship. The committee felt that he had shown tremendous grown in just the six months since he last received this award.

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